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A New Maori Migration : Rural and Urban - Joan Metge

A New Maori Migration

Rural and Urban

Hardcover Published: 2nd January 2004
ISBN: 9781859738993
Number Of Pages: 328

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Until 1939 the Maori people remained an almost wholly rural community, but during and after the second world war increasing numbers of them migrated in search of work to the cities, and urban groups of Maori were established. This development has significantly affected relationships, both between Maori and Europeans, and within the Maori people as a whole. The importance of Dr Metge's book lies in its presentation of a carefully documentd comparative study of two Maori communities, one in a traditional rural area and the other in Aukland, New Zealand's largest industrial centre. Housing and domestic organization, marriage patterns, kinship structure, voluntary associations and leadership in both types of community are discussed. The author's survey and conclusions make a valuable practical contribution to Maori social studies, and also have a bearing on the world-wide problem of the urbanisation of cultural minorities.

Maori Urbanisation: The Problem and Its Background
The Countryp. 2
The People and the Landp. 233
Kinship and Descentp. 464
Community Divisions, Leadership and Solidarityp. 785
Migrationp. 96II
The Cityp. 6
The Demographic Backgroundp. 1117
The Local Peoplep. 1188
Immigrants and City-Bornp. 1229
Housing and Domestic Organisationp. 14110
Kinship and Descentp. 15411
Marriage Patterns and Ceremonialp. 18212
Voluntary Associationp. 19413
Leadership, Social Control and Community Solidarityp. 211III
City and Countryp. 14
Urban-Rural Relationsp. 23115
Stability and Change in Maori Societyp. 251
Tablesp. 267
Glossaryp. 287
Bibliographyp. 290
Indexp. 293
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ISBN: 9781859738993
ISBN-10: 1859738990
Series: London School of Economics Monographs on Social Anthropology
Audience: BAC
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 328
Published: 2nd January 2004
Publisher: BERG PUBL INC
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 13.8  x 2.24
Weight (kg): 0.56
Edition Number: 1